全碟歌词分享,土耳其共和国语学习笔记

原题目:英文版《隐形的膀子》,聆听金曲天籁!

Should I know what it is? Or just something you think I did it? No, no,
I did it, I did it.
You can’t act like everything’s ganna work out by itself.
Because you can’t sing without making dogs bark.
I know what I want because I’ve had it in my hands right now.
We are not a mistake just because we don’t have any money.
We gonna have it last. You know how I know? Because I still wake up
every morning and the first thing I want to do is seeing your face.
I just want to be there when the morning light explodes. On your face,
it radiates I can’t escape.
I think I repel the woman I want most
I still know you are around. You are still here, aren’t you?
Married people make each other feel like shit on purpose sometimes. It
just feels good.
We have absolutely no idea what we want.
Gerry thought it was the best way to honor the dead, show them how well
we’re doing.
We don’t know what a privilege it is to grow old with someone.
I feel like I’m trying on a new pair of shoes I really wanna buy, but
they just don’t fit.
There’s no man, alive or dead, who’s gonna fault you for living.
Would you mind if we should walk together since we are going in the same
direction. I’ll stay on this side of the road. Don’t even have to talk.
Just quite nice, sometimes walking along with someone without talking
once you get your feet wet.
At first, the no-talking thing didn’t last. Before long, I couldn’t get
you to shut up. But you were so cute, trying to impress me with William
blake and all your grand plans. I had no idea what you were talking
about, but I couldn’t help loving the way you talked.
I loved you right then and there.
A fella has to tell a woman the truth without words. It’s like a signal
you send out. The woman, she just pick it up.
I could turn it on and off when I was younger and I had no principles.
When every girl that I was lucky enough to kiss was the end of life as I
knew it. Now I only send it out when I think she might be the one that
makes it true.
–Do you think we could turn around and face each other without freaking
him out?
–ah…Okay, sure, but let’s move very slowly, okay?
I’m keeping it unless we meet again, that’s a bet you’re gonna have to
win because if we do meet again then that’ll be the end of it, you
know.
If I happen to walk into the right one in the right town then we’ll know
for sure, won’t we? And if I don’t then that’ll just be the most perfect
kiss ever created by two strangers and we’ll just keep it perfect for
the rest of our lives.
Life had changed as I knew it, and now it changed again.
I really like you, but I can’t be the invisible man. I’m tired of being
the shoulder. I wanna be another body part you need, you know? I wanna
be the bad guy. I wanna a woman to go crazy over me and then I wanna use
her up until she’s ruined for all other men I’d like to be somebody’s
gerry.
I bet you’ve had a hard time walking into a room full of people on your
own. I know what it is feel like you are in the room until he looks at
you or touches your hand or even makes a joke at your expense, just to
let everyone know you are with him, you are his.
God, that man could make me laugh.
You know the worst thing for a parent, second after losing a child?
Watching your child head for the same life you had and you can’t stop
it. It’s a terrible helpless feeling. Makes you angry all the time and
I’ve been angry a very long time. I’m exhausted.
You make me a man by loving me.
P.S. I love you.

1.One:
Tell me that you turned down the man
Who asked for your hand
Cause you’re waiting for me
全碟歌词分享,土耳其共和国语学习笔记。And I know, you’re gonna be away a while
But I’ve got no plans at all to leave
And would you take away my hopes and dreams?
Just stay with me

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All my senses come to life
While I’m stumbling home as drunk as I
Have ever been and I’ll never leave again
Cause you are the only one
And all my friends have gone to find
Another place to let their hearts collide
Just promise me, you’ll always be a friend
Cause you are the only one

Three archers, Japan, 1860s

“每一次,都在犹豫孤单中坚强;每二回,就算很受伤也不闪泪光,作者清楚,小编一贯有双隐形的翎翅,带小编飞,飞过绝望……”

Take my hand and my
Heart and soul, I will
Only have these eyes for you
And you know, everything changes but
We’ll be strangers if, we see this through
You could stay within these walls or leave
But just stay with me

The men are practitioners of Kyudo, Japanese Zen archery. Their
outfits and the way they hold their second arrows (Ya) between their
fourth and fifth fingers give this away. The target is most likely 28m
away from the men, since they are shooting outdoors at what appears to
be a makeshift range. Traditionally, 28m outdoor shooting is the final
and most advanced stage of training in Kyudo. Beginners practice
indoors (sometimes outdoors) on a target only 2m away. Practicing with
such a close target ensures you cannot miss, so you can work on
refining your shooting technique. Traditional Kyudo is not about
marksmanship at all, but rather about the act of shooting itself. The
Ya (arrows) are traditionally made with feathers from each wing of a
single bird. One Ya has the right wing’s feathers, the other has the
left wing’s. This causes one arrow to spiral to the right and the
other to spiral to the left as they are shot from the Yumi (bow).

The men are wearing the traditional Kyudo outfit consisting of a
Kimono (upper body) and Hakama (lower body). A small ritual is
performed prior to practice in which one sleeve of the Kimono is taken
off to minimize shot interference. Additionally, some schools of Kyudo
use the knot of the Hakama to balance the second Ya while the first
one is shot. It looks like these Ya are very short, which explains why
they are holding them in their fingers.

Only one of the men is wearing the traditional deerskin hand covering
on his right hand (Ya hand), suggesting that these men did not have
much (if any) money to spend on their art. The hand covering is
essentially a (usually) 3-4 fingered glove that allows the Kyudoka
(practitioner) to comfortably hold the drawn Yumi and Ya in place.
Typically, a Kyudoka will keep his Yumi drawn for 15-30 seconds. The
Ya is released “when the time ripens”, or whenever it feels right
to release it once you’ve become comfortable with the drawn Yumi.

Kyudo is an extremely slow martial art, designed to allow for
meditation while practicing. Everything is done deliberately, and no
energy is to be wasted in the movements leading up to a shot. People
seeing Kyudo for the first time will often think it looks lazy or very
easy for this reason. Kyudo is all about technique and minimizing
effort to achieve the shot. The bows can have very high draw
weights
, but the actual drawing of the bow is done in single motion
from above the head in a push-pull fashion. There is no one drawing
arm. The arm holding the Yumi (bow) pushes it forward as the arm
stabilizing the Ya (arrow) draws the string back. Since it is drawn
from above the head, the body acts as a fulcrum for both arms to
draw. For this reason, with perfect technique, even a seemingly frail
practitioner of Kyudo can draw a Yumi of great draw strength with
ease
.

张韶涵女士的《隐形的翎翅》是一代人的青春,也是当代人的回看。那首歌在过去那样多年后再一次纪念,听完未来要么有一种莫名的震撼,整个人心情也是暖暖的。

All my senses come to life
While I’m stumbling home as drunk as I
Have ever been and I’ll never leave again
Cause you are the only one
And all my friends have gone to find
Another place to let their hearts collide
Just promise me, you’ll always be a friend
Cause you are the only one


回忆小时候,拿着叁个mp5,里面的歌永远少不了隐形的翎翅。悲哀的时候听一听,总能找到安慰。

I’m stumbling out drunk, getting myself lost
I am so gone, so tell me the way you home
I listen to sad songs, singing about love
And where it goes wrong?

上学了 丹泽尔 华盛顿 二零一三年在 University of Pennsylvania
的毕业解说:


点击收听普通话原版

All my senses come to life
While I’m stumbling home as drunk as I
Have ever been and I’ll never leave again
Cause you are the only one
And all my friends have gone to find
Another place to let their hearts collide
Just promise me, you’ll always be a friend
Cause you are the only one

Denzel Hayes Washington, Jr. (born December 28, 1954) is an American
actor and filmmaker. He has received three Golden Globe awards, a Tony
Award, and two Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor for the
historical war drama film Glory (1989) and Best Actor for his role as
a corrupt cop in the crime thriller Training Day (2001).

今日要为我们带来的是由Olivia翻唱的《隐形的翅膀》——Invisible Wings.

2:I’m A Mess

Thank you. Thank you very much. I am obviously the most unorganized.
Everyone else has nice boxes to bring their script up in; I just like
kind of got it all messed up here put inside of a magazine so, in fact,
I don’t even have it in the right order, let me get it in the right
order here. So if it starts like flying around the stage just, you know,
run around and grab it for me and bring it back up here for me. I’ll
keep going as I can.

奥利维亚 Ong
(王俪婷)来自新加坡共和国,温柔清新的响声让观者留下深入的影象。

Ooh I’m a mess right now
Inside out
Searching for a sweet surrender
But this is not he end
I can’t work it out
How?
Going through the motions
Going through us
And though I’ve known it for the longest time
And all my hope
All my words are all over written on the signs
But you’re my road walking me home
Home, home

President Gutmann, Provost Price, Board Chair Cohen, fellow honorees
beautiful, and today’s graduates, I’m honored and grateful for the
invitation today. It’s always been great to be on the Penn campus. I’ve
been to a lot of basketball games at the Palestra because my son played
on the basketball team. Yeah that’s right; he played on the basketball
team. Coach didn’t give him enough playing time but we’ll talk about
that later. No, I’m really pleased with the progress Coach Allen has
made and I wish them success in the future. I’d always get a warm
welcome when I come to Pennsylvania, when I come to Philadelphia, except
on the few occasions when I’d wear my Yankee cap. What’s wrong with
that? I can’t just suddenly switch up and wear a Philly hat. It’s like
taking your life in your hands. People would say, “We love you Denzel.
But you walking around with that hat on, we don’t care who you are.” So
you’ll be happy to see that I’m not wearing my Yankee cap today but I am
wearing my Yankee socks, my Yankee t-shirt, my Yankee jock, my Yankee
underwear, my Yankee toe warmers but not my Yankee cap. Still, I’ll be
honest with you, I’m a little nervous. I’m not used to speaking at a
graduation of this magnitude it is a little overwhelming. It’s out
of my comfort zone. Dress me up in army fatigues, throw me on
top of a moving train, someone said Unstoppable, ask me to play Malcolm
X, Rubin Hurricane Carter, Alonzo from Training Day, I can do all that
but a commencement speech? It’s a very serious affair, different
ballgame. There’s literally thousands and thousands of people here. And
for those who say, “You’re a movie star; millions of people watch you
speak all the time.” Yes, that’s technically true but I’m not actually
there in the theater, watching them watching me. I’m not there when
they cough or fidget around or pull out their iPhone and text their
boyfriend or scratch their behinds or whatever it is they’re doing in
the movie theater. But from up here, I can see every single one of you.
And that makes me uncomfortable.

三种版本的《隐形的膀子》也是三种差异的感到。

See the flames inside my eyes
It burns so bright I wanna feel your love
Easy baby maybe I’m a light
Before tonight I wanna fall in love
And put your faith in my stomach

So please, don’t pull out your iPhones and text your boyfriend until
after I’m done, please. But if you need to scratch your behind, I
understand, go ahead. Thinking about the speech, I figured the best way
to keep your attention would be to talk about something really, like,
juicy Hollywood stuff. I thought I could start with me and Russell Crowe
getting into some arguments on the set of American Gangster, but no.
You’re a group of high-minded intellectuals, you’re not interested in
that or maybe not. I thought about a private moment I had backstage
with Angelina Jolie half naked in her dressing room after the Oscars but
I said, “No I don’t think so this is an Ivy League school. Angelina
Jolie half naked in her dressing room, who wants to hear about that? No
one, no one, no one, this is Penn. That stuff would never go over well
here. Maybe at Drexel, but not here. I’m in trouble now.

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A mess of this time
Late last night
Drinking to suppress devotion
With fingers intertwined
I can’t shake this feeling now
We’re going through the motions
Hoping it stops
And though I’ve only caused you pain
You know with all of my words
With all this beloved
Although all the lies spoke
When you’re my road walking me home
Home, home, home

I was back to square one and feeling the pressure. So now you’re
probably thinking if it was going be this difficult, why’d I even accept
today’s invitation in the first place? Well, you know my son goes here.
That’s a good reason and I always like to check to see how my money’s
being spent. And I’m sure there’s some parents out there who can relate
to what I’m talking about! Yeah, everybody upstairs. And there were
other good reasons for me to show up. Sure, I got an Academy Award but I
never had something called a “Magic Meatball” after waiting in line for
half an hour at a food truck. Yes, I’ve talked face-to-face with
President Obama but I never met a guy named “Kweeder” who sings bad
songs over at Smokes on a Tuesday night. I’ve never been to Breeze. I’ve
never been to Emos. Yes, I’ve played a detective battling demons but
I’ve never been to a school in my life where the squirrel population
has gone bananas. I mean they’re breaking into the dorm rooms
and taking over campus. I think I’ve even seen some carrying books on
the way to class.

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See the flames inside my eyes
It burns so bright I wanna feel your love
Easy baby maybe I’m a light
Before tonight I wanna fall in love
And put your faith in my stomach

So I had to be here. I had to come, even though I was afraid I might
make a fool of myself. In fact if you really want to know the truth I
had to come exactly because I might make a fool of myself. What am I
talking about? Well, here it is, I’ve found that nothing in life is
worthwhile unless you take risks, nothing.


And for how long I’ve loved my lover
For how long I’ve loved my lover
And now, for how long, long I’ve loved my lover
Now, now, for how long, long I’ve loved my lover
Now now, for how long, long I’ve loved my lover
(And I feel loved)
For how long, long I’ve loved my lover
For how long, long I’ve loved my lover
Feel it all over now
For how long, long I’ve loved my lover
Now, now, for how long, long I’ve loved my lover
Feel it all over now
For how long I’ve loved my lover
Now now
For how long, long I’ve loved my lover

Nelson Mandela said, “There is no passion to be found playing small, in
settling for a life that’s less than the one you’re capable of living.”
I’m sure in your experiences in school, in applying to college, in
picking your major, in deciding what you want to do with life, people
have told you to make sure you have something to “fall back on.” But
I’ve never understood that concept, having something to fall back on. If
I’m going to fall, I don’t want to fall back on anything except my
faith. I want to fall forward. At least I figure that way I’ll see
what I’m about to hit.

唯美歌词

3:Sing

Fall forward. This is what I mean; Reggie Jackson struck out
twenty-six-hundred times in his career, the most in the history of
baseball. But you don’t hear about the strikeouts. People remember the
home runs. Fall forward. Thomas Edison conducted 1,000 failed
experiments. Did you know that? I didn’t know that because the 1,001st
was the light bulb. Fall forward. Every failed experiment is one step
closer to success. You’ve got to take risks and I’m sure you’ve probably
heard that before but I want to talk about why it’s so important. I’ve
got three reasons—and then you can pick up your iPhones.

Here I am I’m always trying to be
strong

It’s late in the evening
Glass on the side
I’ve been sat with you
For most of the night
Ignoring everybody here
We wish they would disappear
So maybe we could get down now
I don’t wanna know
If you’re getting ahead of the programme
I want you to be mine, lady
And to hold your body close
Take another step into the no-man’s land
For the longest time lady
I need you darling
Come on, set the tone
If you feel you’re falling
Won’t you let me know?
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
If you love me, come on get involved
Feeling rushing through you from your head to toe
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
Sing
ooooh
ooooh
Louder
ooooh
Sing
ooooh
This love is a blaze
I saw flames from the side of the stage
And the fire brigade comes in a couple of days
Until then, we got nothing to say and nothing to know
But something to drink and maybe something to smoke
Let it go until the roads are changed, singing “we found love in a local
rave”
No, I don’t really know what I’m supposed to say
But I can just figure it out and hope and pray
I told her my name and said it’s nice to meet ya
And then she handed me of a bottle of water filled with tequila
I already know she’s a keeper
Just from this one small act of kindness,
I’m in deep shit, if anybody finds out
I’m meant to drive home
But I’ve drunk all of it now
Not sobering up, we just sit on the couch, one thing led to another
now she’s kissing my mouth
I need you darling
Come on, set the tone
If you feel you’re falling
Won’t you let me know?
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
If you love me, come on get involved
Feeling rushing through you from your head to toe
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
Sing
ooooooh
ooooooh
Louder
ooooooh
Sing
ooooooh
Can you feel it?
All the guys in here don’t even wanna dance
Can you feel it?
All that I can hear is music from the back
Can you feel it?
I found you hiding here so won’t you take my hand darling
Before the beat kicks in again?
Can you feel it?
Can you feel it?
I need you darling
Come on, set the tone
If you feel you’re falling
Won’t you let me know?
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
Sing
If you love me, come on get involved
Feeling rushing through you from your head to toe
oh oh oh
oh oh oh
Sing

First, you will fail at some point in your life. Accept it. You will
lose. You will embarrass yourself. You will suck at something. There is
no doubt about it. That’s probably not a traditional message for a
graduation ceremony but hey, I’m telling you, embrace it because it’s
inevitable. And I should know, in the acting business, you fail all the
time.

本人一贯尝试着让本人坚强

4:Don’t
I like them LA LA
I like them LA LA

Early on in my career, I auditioned for a part in a Broadway musical. A
perfect role for me, I thought, except for the fact that I can’t sing.
So I’m in the wings; I’m about to go on stage but the guy in
front of me is singing like Pavarotti and I am just shrinking getting
smaller and smaller. So they say, “Thank you very much, thank you very
much; you’ll be hearing from us.” So I come out with my little sheet
music
and it was “Just My Imagination” by the Temptations, that’s what
I came up with.
So I hand it to the accompanist and she looks at it and looks at me
and looks at the director, so I start to sing (Washington begins to sing
very awkwardly) and they’re not saying anything so I’m thinking I must
be getting better, so I start getting into it. But after the first
verse, the director cuts me off: “Thank you. Thank you very much, you’ll
be hearing from me.” So I assumed I didn’t get the job but the next part
of the audition he called me back. The next part of the audition is the
acting part of the audition. I figure, I can’t sing, but I know I can
act. So the paired me with this guy and again I didn’t know about
musical theater; musical theater is big so you can reach everyone all
the way back in the stadium. And I’m more from a realistic naturalistic
kind of acting where you actually talk to the person next to you. So I
don’t know what my line was, my line was “Hand me the cup.” and his line
was “Well, I will hand you the cup my dear, and it will be there to be
handed to you.” I said, “Okay. Should I give you the cup back?” “Oh yes
you should give it back to me because you know that is my cup and it
should be given back to me!” I didn’t get the job. But here’s the thing,
I didn’t quit. I didn’t fall back. I walked out of there to prepare for
the next audition, and the next audition, and the next audition. I
prayed and I prayed, but I continued to fail, and I failed, and failed
but it didn’t matter because you know what? There’s an old saying, you
hang around a barbershop long enough, sooner or later you will get a
haircut. You will catch a break.

When I’m hurt I won’t shed a tear

I met this girl, late last year
She said don’t you worry if I disappear
I told her I’m not really looking for another mistake
Called an old friend thinking that the trouble would wait
And then I jump right in a week later in turn
A record she was only looking for a lover to burn
But I gave her my time, for two or three nights
Then I put it on pause until the moment was right
And then, I wait 4 months until our paths crossed again
She told me I was never looking for a friend
Maybe you can swing by my room around 10
And you can bring a lemon and a bottle of gin
We’ll be in the sheets till the late AM
Baby if you wanted me you should’ve just said
She singing I like them LA LA

Last year I did a play called Fences on Broadway and I won a Tony Award.
And I didn’t have to sing, by the way. And here’s the kicker, it was at
the Court Theater; it was at the same theater where I failed that first
audition thirty years prior. The point is, and I’ll pick up the pace,
every graduate here today has the training and the talent to succeed but
do you have guts to fail?

当小编受伤时本人也休想流泪

Don’t f-ck with my love
That heart is so cold
All over my arms
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

Here’s my second point about failure, if you don’t fail, you’re not even
trying. My wife told me this great expression, “To get something you
never had, you have to do something you never did.” Les Brown, a
motivational speaker, made an analogy about this. Imagine you’re on
your deathbed and standing around your death bed are the ghosts
representing your unfilled potential. The ghosts of the ideas you never
acted on. The ghosts of the talents you didn’t use. And they’re
standing around your bed angry, disappointed and upset. They say, “We
came to you because you could have brought us to life,” they say. “And
now we go to the grave together.” So I ask you today, “How many ghosts
are going to be around your bed when your time comes?” You’ve invested a
lot in your education and people invested in you. And let me tell you,
the world needs your talents, man, does it ever.

I’d rather sing a song

Don’t f-ck with my love
And so that she knows
Take aim and reload
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

I just got back from Africa a couple of days ago so if I’m rambling
on
it’s because of jet lag. I just got back from South Africa.
It’s a beautiful country, but there are places with terrible poverty
that need help. And Africa is just the tip of the iceberg. The
Middle East needs your help. Japan needs your help. Alabama and
Tennessee need your help. Louisiana needs your help. Philadelphia needs
your help. The world needs a lot and we need it from you, we really do,
we need it from you the young people. So get out there. Give it
everything you’ve got whether it’s your time, your talent, your prayers,
or your treasures because remember this, you’ll never see a U-haul
behind a hearse.

本身用歌声代替泪水

And a couple weeks after only wanna see her
We took away the days with a take away pizza
Before a text message was the only way to reach her
Now she’s staying at my place and loves the way I treat her
Swinging at a reaper
Fall over the trap like a preacher
Never wants to see that guess I don’t want to either
But me and her we make money the same way,
Four cities, 2 planes the same day
And those shows have never been what it’s about
Maybe we’ll go together and just figure it out!!
Put on a film and sit with you on the couch
But if you get on a plane we’ll be missing it now
We should’ve written it out, the way things played out
But she was kissing him out, I was confused about
She should figure it out while I’m sat here
Singing I like them LA LA

I’ll say it again. You will never see a U-haul behind a hearse. You
can’t take it with you. The Ancient Egyptians tried it and all they got
was robbed! So the question is, what are you going to do with what you
have? And I’m not talking about how much you have. Some of you are
business majors. Some of you are theologians, nurses, sociologists. Some
of you have money. Some of you have patience. Some have kindness. Some
of you have love. Some of you have the gift of long suffering. Whatever
it is, what are you going to do with what you have?

I will sing of a pair of invisible
wings

Don’t f-ck with my love
That heart is so cold
All over my arms
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

Now here’s my last point about failure, sometimes it’s the best way to
figure out where you’re going. Your life will never be a straight path.
I began at Fordham University as a pre-med student. That lasted
until I took a course called “Cardiac Morphogenesis.” I couldn’t read
it; I couldn’t say it; I sure couldn’t pass it. Then I decided to go
pre-law, then journalism. With no academic focus, my grades took off in
their own direction down.

唱出隐形的膀子

Don’t f-ck with my love
I told that she knows
Take aim and reload
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

I was a, 1.8 GPA one semester, and the university very politely
suggested it might be better to take some time off. I was 20 years old,
at my lowest point. And then one day, and I remember the exact day,
March 27th, 1975, I was helping out in the beauty shop my mother owned
in Mount Vernon. An older woman who was considered one of the elders in
town and I didn’t know her personally but every time I looked in the
mirror she was staring at me and she just kept staring at me. Every time
I looked at her she just kept giving me these strange looks. She finally
took the drier off her head and said something to me I’ll never forget,
first of all she said, “Someone give me a piece of paper.” She said,
“Young boy, I have a spiritual prophecy. You are going to travel the
world and speak to millions of people.” Keep in mind that I was 20 years
old and flunked out of school and like a wise-ass, I’m thinking to
myself: “Does she have anything in that crystal ball about me
getting back into school?” But maybe she was on to something because
later that summer, while working as a counselor at a YMCA camp in
Connecticut; we put on a talent show for the campers. After that show,
another counselor came up to me and asked, “Have you ever thought of
acting? You should. You’re good at that.”

That will take all my fears away

(knock knock knock) on my hotel door
I don’t even know if she knows what for
She was crying on my shoulder, I already told ya
Trust and respect is what we do this for
I never intended to be next
But sweetie you didn’t need to take him to bed, that’s all
And I never saw him as a threat
Until you disappeared with him to have sex
Of course, it’s not we were both on tour
We were staying on the same f-cking hotel floor
And I wasn’t looking for a promise or commitment,
but it wasn’t never just run and I thought you were different
This is not the way you realize
You wanted it’s a bit too much too late in my mind
All this time god knows I’m singing
I like them LA LA

When I got back to Fordham that fall I changed my major once again, for
the last time. And in the years that followed, just as that woman
getting her hair done predicted, I have traveled the world and I have
spoken to millions of people through my movies. Millions who, up ‘till
this day, I couldn’t see while I was talking to them and they couldn’t
see me; they could only see the movie. But I see you today and I’m
encouraged by what I see. I’m strengthened by what I see and I love what
I see.

带走全数的恐怖

Don’t f-ck with my love
That heart is so cold
All over my arms
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA
Don’t fuck with my love
And so that she knows
Take aim and reload
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

One more page, then I’ll shut up. Let me conclude with one final point.
And actually the President kind of brought it up; it has to do with the
movie Philadelphia. She stole my material. Many years ago I did this
movie called Philadelphia. We filmed some scenes right here on campus.
Philadelphia came out in 1993, when most of you were probably still in
diapers, some of the professors, too. but it’s a good movie; rent it
on Netflix. I get 23 cents every time you rent it. Parents up there,
rent it. Tell your friends too! It’s about a man, played by Tom Hanks,
who’s fired from his law firm because he has AIDS. He wants to sue the
firm, but no one’s willing to represent him until a homophobic,
ambulance-chasing lawyer, played by yours truly, takes on the case. In a
way, if you watch the movie, you’ll see everything I’m talking about
today.

I won’t think about what others have that
I don’t

Don’t f-ck with my love
That heart is so cold
All over my arms
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA
Don’t fuck with my love
And so that she knows
Take aim and reload
I don’t wanna know that babe
I like them LA LA

You’ll see what I mean about taking risks or being willing to fail.
Because taking a risk is not just about going for a job. It’s also about
knowing what you know and what you don’t know. It’s about being open to
people and ideas. In the course of the film, the character I play begins
to take small steps, to take risks. He is very, very slowly overcomes
his fears, and I feel ultimately his heart becomes flooded with love.
And I can’t think of a better message as we send you off today, to not
only take risks, but to be open to life, to accept new views and to be
open to new opinions, to be willing to speak at commencement at one of
the country’s best universities even though you’re scared stiff.
While it may be frightening, it will also be rewarding because the
chances you take, the people you meet, the people you love, the faith
that you have that’s what’s going to define you.

自小编不去羡慕旁人有怎么样

5 Nina:

So members of the class of 2011, this is your mission. When you leave
the friendly confines of Philly, never be discouraged. Never hold back.
Give everything you’ve got. And when you fall throughout life and maybe
even tonight after a few too many glasses of champagne, remember
this, fall forward.

Coz’ I see that I desire to make this
path my own

I met you when I was a teen
But then you were one as well
And I could play the guitar
Just like ringing the bells
Sometimes I wonder
And any other summer could you have been my part time lover
To me listening to Stevie Wonder
Under the covers where we used to lay
And read these taxes while the speakers play
I’ll be on tour almost every day
When I was home up in my flat is where we used to stay
澳门金沙国际官网 ,Just watching the DVD, smoking illegal weed
Getting high, two cars, we needed no breathe
We used each other’s edge just for the people to see
And stay up all night like when we needed to sleep
We go anywhere, our minds would take us
And also you are beautiful without your make-up
And you don’t even need to worry about your wake cards
We can all be loved the way God made us
And time’s the only reason that we could break up
Cause you would always tell me I’mma wait too much
Distance is relative to the time that it takes to get on a plane
Or make a mistake, say it again

Congratulations, I love you, God bless you; I respect you.

因为自身要成立本身的价值

Oh Nina
You should go Nina
‘Cause I ain’t never coming home
In a road, won’t you leave me now
And I’ve been living on the road Nina
And then again you should know Nina
Cause that’s you and me
Both in a road, won’t you leave me now
Now


I’ll put on a pair of invisible
wings

And every weekend in the winter
You’d be wearing my hood
With jewels, strings pulled tight
To keep your face in the cold
Taking day trips to the local
Where we D on the road
Cause every day when I was a baby
Don’t you speak on the phone
Watching Blue Panic
Creating new habits
And if we were two rabbits
And then you vanish
Back to borrow all of the ‘queltics’ are disappearing
You call me selfish, I don’t understand
But I can’t help it
I put my trouble for everything
Except my family and friends
But you’ll be in between forever
So I guess we’ll have to take a step back
Overlook the situation
Cause mixing business and feelings will only lead to complications
And I’m not saying we should be taking a break
Just re-evaluating quick before we make a mistake and it’s too late
So we kinda need to deal with the pain
We need to get on the plane
But in the day we’ll have to say it again

学习的 TED 是 Simon Sinek 的《How great leaders inspire action》:

小编会戴上一双隐形的膀子

Oh Nina
You should go Nina
‘Cause I ain’t never coming home
In a road, won’t you leave me now
And I’ve been living on the road Nina
And then again you should know Nina
Cause that’s you and me
Both in a road, won’t you leave me now
Now

Simon O. Sinek (born October 9, 1973) is an author, speaker, and
consultant who writes on leadership and management. He joined the RAND
Corporation in 2010 as an adjunct staff member, where he advises on
matters of military innovation and planning. He is known for
popularizing the concepts of “the golden circle” and to “Start With
Why”, described by TED as “a simple but powerful model for
inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle and the
question “Why?”‘. Sinek’s first TEDx Talk on “How Great Leaders
Inspire Action” is the 3rd most viewed video on TED.com. His 2009 book
on the same subject, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire
Everyone to Take Action (2009) delves into what he says is a naturally
occurring pattern, grounded in the biology of human decision-making,
that explains why we are inspired by some people, leaders, messages
and organizations over others.

And it will take me to higher
heights

Love will come and love will go
But you can make it on your own
Sing that song, go, oh won’t you leave me now
People grow, and fall apart
But you can mend your broken heart
Take it back, oh won’t you leave me now

How do you explain when things don’t go as we assume? Or better, how do
you explain when others are able to achieve things that seem to defy
all of the assumptions? For example: Why is Apple so innovative? Year
after year, after year, they’re more innovative than all their
competition. And yet, they’re just a computer company. They’re just like
everyone else. They have the same access to the same talent,the same
agencies, the same consultants, the same media. Then why is it that they
seem to have something different? Why is it that Martin Luther King led
the Civil Rights Movement? He wasn’t the only man who suffered in
pre-civil rights America, and he certainly wasn’t the only great
orator of the day. Why him? And why is it that the Wright brothers
were able to figure out controlled, powered man flight when there were
certainly other teams who were better qualified, better funded — and
they didn’t achieve powered man flight, and the Wright brothers beat
them to it. There’s something else at play here.

它会带自身飞得更为高

Oh Nina
You should go Nina
‘Cause I ain’t never coming home
In a road, won’t you leave me now
And I’ve been living on the road Nina
And then again you should know Nina
Cause that’s you and me
Both in a road, won’t you leave me now
Now

About three and a half years ago, I made a discovery. And this discovery
profoundly changed my view on how I thought the world worked, and it
even profoundly changed the way in which I operate in it. As it turns
out, there’s a pattern. As it turns out, all the great inspiring leaders
and organizations in the world,whether it’s Apple or Martin Luther King
or the Wright brothers, they all think, act and communicate the exact
same way. And it’s the complete opposite to everyone else. All I did was
codify it, and it’s probably the world’s simplest idea. I call it the
golden circle.

I’ll take flight and there I see my
dreams

6.Photograph:

Why? How? What? This little idea explains why some organizations and
some leaders are able to inspire where others aren’t. Let me define the
terms really quickly. Every single person, every single organization on
the planet knows what they do, 100 percent. Some know how they do it,
whether you call it your differentiated value proposition or your
proprietary process or your USP. But very, very few people or
organizations know why they do what they do. And by “why” I don’t mean
“to make a profit.” That’s a result. It’s always a result. By “why,” I
mean: What’s your purpose? What’s your cause? What’s your belief? Why
does your organization exist? Why do you get out of bed in the morning?
And why should anyone care? As a result, the way we think, we act, the
way we communicate is from the outside in, it’s obvious. We go from the
clearest thing to the fuzziest thing. But the inspired leaders and
the inspired organizations — regardless of their size, regardless of
their industry — all think, act and communicate from the inside out.

作者就要飞翔,飞向笔者的希望

Loving can hurt, loving can hurt sometimes
But it’s the only thing that I know
When it gets hard, you know it can get hard sometimes
It’s the only thing that makes us feel alive

Let me give you an example. I use Apple because they’re easy to
understand and everybody gets it. If Apple were like everyone else, a
marketing message from them might sound like this: “We make great
computers. They’re beautifully designed, simple to use and user
friendly. Want to buy one?” “Meh.”That’s how most of us communicate.
That’s how most marketing and sales are done, that’s how we communicate
interpersonally. We say what we do, we say how we’re different or better
and we expect some sort of a behavior, a purchase, a vote, something
like that. Here’s our new law firm: We have the best lawyers with the
biggest clients, we always perform for our clients. Here’s our new car:
It gets great gas mileage, it has leather seats. Buy our car.
But it’s uninspiring.

They lay ahead

We keep this love in a photograph
We made these memories for ourselves
Where our eyes are never closing
Our hearts were never broken
And time’s forever frozen, still

Here’s how Apple actually communicates. “Everything we do, we believe in
challenging the status quo. We believe in thinking differently. The
way we challenge the status quo is by making our products beautifully
designed, simple to use and user friendly. We just happen to make great
computers. Want to buy one?” Totally different, right? You’re ready to
buy a computer from me. I just reversed the order of the information.
What it proves to us is that people don’t buy what you do; people buy
why you do it.

它们就在前线

So you can keep me
Inside the pocket of your ripped jeans
Holding me close until our eyes meet
You won’t ever be alone, wait for me to come home

This explains why every single person in this room is perfectly
comfortable buying a computer from Apple. But we’re also perfectly
comfortable buying an MP3 player from Apple, or a phone from Apple, or a
DVR from Apple. As I said before, Apple’s just a computer company.
Nothing distinguishes them structurally from any of their competitors.
Their competitors are equally qualified to make all of these products.
In fact, they tried. A few years ago, Gateway came out with flat-screen
TVs. They’re eminently qualified to make flat-screen TVs. They’ve
been making flat-screen monitors for years. Nobody bought one. Dell came
out with MP3 players and PDAs, and they make great quality products, and
they can make perfectly well-designed products — and nobody bought one.
In fact, talking about it now, we can’t even imagine buying an MP3
player from Dell. Why would you buy one from a computer company? But we
do it every day. People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it.
The goal is not to do business with everybody who needs what you have.
The goal is to do business with people who believe what you believe.

(And) No longer will I be afraid

Loving can heal, loving can mend your soul
And it’s the only thing that I know
I swear it will get easier, remember that with every piece of ya
And it’s the only thing to take with us when we die

Here’s the best part: None of what I’m telling you is my opinion. It’s
all grounded in the tenets of biology. Not psychology, biology. If you
look at a cross-section of the human brain, from the top down, the
human brain is actually broken into three major components that
correlate perfectly with the golden circle. Our newest brain, our Homo
sapien
brain, our neocortex, corresponds with the “what” level. The
neocortex is responsible for all of our rational and analytical thought
and language. The middle two sections make up our limbic brains, and our
limbic brains are responsible for all of our feelings, like trust and
loyalty. It’s also responsible for all human behavior, all
decision-making, and it has no capacity for language.

自己不会害怕

We keep this love in a photograph
We made these memories for ourselves
Where our eyes are never closing
Our hearts were never broken
And time’s forever frozen, still

In other words, when we communicate from the outside in, yes, people can
understand vast amounts of complicated information like features and
benefits and facts and figures. It just doesn’t drive behavior. When we
can communicate from the inside out, we’re talking directly to the part
of the brain that controls behavior, and then we allow people to
rationalize it with the tangible things we say and do. This is where
gut decisions come from. Sometimes you can give somebody all the facts
and figures, and they say, “I know what all the facts and details say,
but it just doesn’t feel right.” Why would we use that verb, it doesn’t
“feel” right? Because the part of the brain that controls
decision-making doesn’t control language. The best we can muster up
is, “I don’t know. It just doesn’t feel right.” Or sometimes you say
you’re leading with your heart or soul. I hate to break it to you, those
aren’t other body parts controlling your behavior. It’s all happening
here in your limbic brain, the part of the brain that controls
decision-making and not language.

Close my eyes

So you can keep me
Inside the pocket of your ripped jeans
Holding me close until our eyes meet
You won’t ever be alone
And if you hurt me
That’s okay baby, there’ll be worse things
Inside these pages you just hold me
And I won’t ever let you go
Wait for me to come home
Wait for me to come home
Wait for me to come home
Wait for me to come home

But if you don’t know why you do what you do, and people respond to why
you do what you do, then how will you ever get people to vote for you,
or buy something from you, or, more importantly, be loyal and want to be
a part of what it is that you do. The goal is not just to sell to people
who need what you have; the goal is to sell to people who believe what
you believe. The goal is not just to hire people who need a job; it’s to
hire people who believe what you believe. I always say that, you know,
if you hire people just because they can do a job, they’ll work for your
money, but if they believe what you believe, they’ll work for you with
blood and sweat and tears. Nowhere else is there a better example
than with the Wright brothers.

闭上双眼

You can keep me
Inside the necklace you bought when you were sixteen
Next to your heartbeat where I should be
Keep it deep within your soul
And if you hurt me
That’s okay baby, there’ll be worse things
Inside these pages you just hold me
And I won’t ever let you go

Most people don’t know about Samuel Pierpont Langley. And back in the
early 20th century, the pursuit of powered man flight was like the dot
com of the day. Everybody was trying it. And Samuel Pierpont Langley
had, what we assume, to be the recipe for success. Even now, you ask
people, “Why did your product or why did your company fail?” and people
always give you the same permutation of the same three things:
under-capitalized, the wrong people, bad market conditions. It’s
always the same three things, so let’s explore that. Samuel Pierpont
Langley was given 50,000 dollars by the War Department to figure out
this flying machine. Money was no problem. He held a seat at Harvard and
worked at the Smithsonian and was extremely well-connected; he knew all
the big minds of the day. He hired the best minds money could find and
the market conditions were fantastic. The New York Times followed him
around everywhere, and everyone was rooting for Langley. Then how
come we’ve never heard of Samuel Pierpont Langley?

And I can feel the winds beneath my
wings

When I’m going, I will remember how you kissed me
Under the lamppost back on Sixth street
Hearing you whisper through the phone
Wait for me to come home

A few hundred miles away in Dayton Ohio, Orville and Wilbur Wright, they
had none of what we consider to be the recipe for success. They had no
money; they paid for their dream with the proceeds from their bicycle
shop; not a single person on the Wright brothers’ team had a college
education, not even Orville or Wilbur; and The New York Times followed
them around nowhere.

作者得以感到到自笔者的翅膀在飞翔

7.Bloodstream:(全碟最爱之一)

The difference was, Orville and Wilbur were driven by a cause, by a
purpose, by a belief. They believed that if they could figure out this
flying machine, it’ll change the course of the world. Samuel Pierpont
Langley was different. He wanted to be rich, and he wanted to be famous.
He was in pursuit of the result. He was in pursuit of the riches. And
lo and behold, look what happened. The people who believed in the
Wright brothers’ dream worked with them with blood and sweat and tears.
The others just worked for the paycheck. They tell stories of how every
time the Wright brothers went out, they would have to take five sets of
parts, because that’s how many times they would crash before supper.

It is the voice that will carry me
through

I’ve been spinning out for time
Couple women by my side
I got sin on my mind
Sipping on red wine
I’ve been sitting here for ages
Ripping out the pages
How to get so faded
How to get so faded
Oh
No no don’t leave me lonely now
If you love me how
You never loved me
Ooh
Color crimsing in my eyes
Wanted too you could free my mind
This is how it ends
I feel the chemicals burning in my bloodstream

And, eventually, on December 17th, 1903, the Wright brothers took
flight, and no one was there to even experience it. We found out about
it a few days later. And further proof that Langley was motivated by the
wrong thing: The day the Wright brothers took flight, he quit. He could
have said, “That’s an amazing discovery, guys, and I will improve upon
your technology,” but he didn’t. He wasn’t first, he didn’t get rich, he
didn’t get famous, so he quit.

有个声响陪伴着笔者度过一切困难

Fading out again
I feel the chemicals burning in my bloodstream
So tell me when it kicks in – So tell me when it kicks in

People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it. If you talk about
what you believe, you will attract those who believe what you believe.

I have hope that I will find myself, in a
better place

I’ve been looking for a love
Thought I’d find it really boring
God make me another one
I’ll be feeling this tomorrow
Lord forgive me for the things I’ve done
I was never meant to hurt no one
I saw scars upon her Broken heart
Oh
No no don’t leave me lonely now
If you love me how
You never loved me
Ooh
Color crimsing in my eyes
Wanted too you could free my mind
This is how it ends
I feel the chemicals burning in my bloodstream

But why is it important to attract those who believe what you believe?
Something called the law of diffusion of innovation, if you don’t
know the law, you know the terminology. The first 2.5% of our population
are our innovators. The next 13.5% of our population are our early
adopters. The next 34% are your early majority, your late majority and
your laggards. The only reason these people buy touch-tone
phones is because you can’t buy rotary phones anymore.

小编梦想本人得以找到自个儿,在多个更美好的地方

Fading out again
I feel the chemicals burning in my bloodstream
So tell me when it kicks in – So tell me when it kicks in

We all sit at various places at various times on this scale, but what
the law of diffusion of innovation tells us is that if you want
mass-market success or mass-market acceptance of an idea, you cannot
have it until you achieve this tipping point between 15 and 18 percent
market penetration, and then the system tips. I love asking businesses,
“What’s your conversion on new business?” They love to tell you, “It’s
about 10 percent,” proudly. Well, you can trip over 10% of the
customers. We all have about 10% who just “get it.” That’s how we
describe them, right? That’s like that gut feeling, “Oh, they just get
it.”

You and I will take this journey walking
hand in hand

So tell me when it kicks in
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line
All the voices in my mind
Calling out across the line

The problem is: How do you find the ones that get it before doing
business versus the ones who don’t get it? So it’s this here, this
little gap that you have to close, as Jeffrey Moore calls it, “Crossing
the Chasm” — because, you see, the early majority will not try
something until someone else has tried it first. And these guys, the
innovators and the early adopters, they’re comfortable making those gut
decisions.They’re more comfortable making those intuitive decisions that
are driven by what they believe about the world and not just what
product is available. These are the people who stood in line for six
hours to buy an iPhone when they first came out, when you could have
bought one off the shelf the next week. These are the people who
spent 40,000 dollars on flat-screen TVs when they first came out, even
though the technology was substandard. And, by the way, they didn’t do
it because the technology was so great; they did it for themselves. It’s
because they wanted to be first. People don’t buy what you do; they buy
why you do it and what you do simply proves what you believe. In fact,
people will do the things that prove what they believe. The reason that
person bought the iPhone in the first six hours, stood in line for six
hours, was because of what they believed about the world, and how they
wanted everybody to see them: They were first. People don’t buy what you
do; they buy why you do it.

您本人将扶持同行

Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart
Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart
Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart
Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart
So Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart
Tell me when it kicks in
I saw scars upon her
Tell me when it kicks in
Broken heart

So let me give you a famous example, a famous failure and a famous
success of the law of diffusion of innovation. First, the famous
failure. It’s a commercial example. As we said before, the recipe for
success is money and the right people and the right market conditions.
You should have success then. Look at TiVo. From the time TiVo came out
about eight or nine years ago to this current day, they are the single
highest-quality product on the market, hands down, there is no
dispute. They were extremely well-funded. Market conditions were
fantastic. I mean, we use TiVo as verb. I TiVo stuff on my piece-of-junk
Time Warner DVR all the time.

And I know I have a pair of invisible
wings

8.Tenerife Sea:

But TiVo’s a commercial failure. They’ve never made money. And when they
went IPO, their stock was at about 30 or 40 dollars and then
plummeted, and it’s never traded above 10. In fact, I don’t think
it’s even traded above six, except for a couple of little spikes.

自小编晓得自家有一双隐形的膀子

You look so wonderful in your dress
I love your hair like that
The way it falls on the side of your neck
Down your shoulders and back

Because you see, when TiVo launched their product, they told us all what
they had. They said, “We have a product that pauses live TV, skips
commercials, rewinds live TV and memorizes your viewing habits without
you even asking.” And the cynical majority said, “We don’t believe you.
We don’t need it. We don’t like it. You’re scaring us.”

To guide me through this race

We are surrounded by all of these lights
And people who talk too much
You’ve got that kind of look in your eyes
As if no one knows anything but us

What if they had said, “If you’re the kind of person who likes to have
total control over every aspect of your life, boy, do we have a product
for you. It pauses live TV, skips commercials, memorizes your viewing
habits, etc., etc.” People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do
it, and what you do simply serves as the proof of what you believe.

带本身飞过根本

And should this be the last thing I see
I want you to know it’s enough for me
Cause all that you are is all that I’ll ever need

Now let me give you a successful example of the law of diffusion of
innovation. In the summer of 1963, 250,000 people showed up on the mall
in Washington to hear Dr. King speak. They sent out no invitations, and
there was no website to check the date. How do you do that? Well, Dr.
King wasn’t the only man in America who was a great orator. He wasn’t
the only man in America who suffered in a pre-civil rights America. In
fact, some of his ideas were bad. But he had a gift. He didn’t go around
telling people what needed to change in America. He went around and told
people what he believed. “I believe, I believe, I believe,” he told
people. And people who believed what he believed took his cause, and
they made it their own, and they told people. And some of those people
created structures to get the word out to even more people. And lo and
behold, 250,000 people showed up on the right day at the right time to
hear him speak.

All my hopes and dreams shall be
everlasting

I’m so in love, so in love
So in love, so in love

How many of them showed up for him? Zero. They showed up for themselves.
It’s what they believed about America that got them to travel in a bus
for eight hours to stand in the sun in Washington in the middle of
August. It’s what they believed, and it wasn’t about black versus white:
25% of the audience was white.

自己的梦想会永不磨灭

You look so beautiful in this light
Your silhouette over me
The way it brings out the blue in your eyes
Is the Tenerife sea

Dr. King believed that there are two types of laws in this world: those
that are made by a higher authority and those that are made by men.
And not until all the laws that are made by men are consistent with the
laws made by the higher authority will we live in a just world. It just
so happened that the Civil Rights Movement was the perfect thing to help
him bring his cause to life. We followed, not for him, but for
ourselves. By the way, he gave the “I have a dream” speech, not the “I
have a plan” speech.

As I take flight on invisible
wings

And all of the voices surrounding us here
They just fade out when you take a breath
Just say the word and I will disappear
Into the wilderness

Listen to politicians now, with their comprehensive 12-point plans.
They’re not inspiring anybody. Because there are leaders and there are
those who lead. Leaders hold a position of power or authority, but those
who lead inspire us. Whether they’re individuals or organizations, we
follow those who lead, not because we have to, but because we want to.
We follow those who lead, not for them, but for ourselves. And it’s
those who start with “why” that have the ability to inspire those around
them or find others who inspire them.

本人将和隐藏的膀子一起飞翔

And should this be the last thing I see
I want you to know it’s enough for me
Cause all that you are is all that I’ll ever need

Thank you very much.

后记

I’m so in love, so in love
So in love, so in love

青春的风风雨雨只是凡尘中一束倩影,走过之后就烟消云散,让那么些过往终将成为纪念。

Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me
Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me
Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me
Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me
Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me
Lumiere, darling
Lumiere over me

在深夜,夕阳西下,坐在藤条木椅,依偎在相互的肩头,笑看花开花落,全部烟云过后,会是光明的起先。

And should this be the last thing I see
I want you to know it’s enough for me
Cause all that you are is all that I’ll ever need

生死契阔,与子成说。执手相连,宛如一双隐形的翅膀。

I’m so in love, so in love
So in love, love, love, love,
So in love

这辈子想过浪迹天涯,红尘作伴,享有每种美貌的上午和黄昏,执子之手,走过全数长期的征程,哪怕路途中有着许多艰苦险阻,也无怨无悔,真心地服气。

You look so wonderful in your dress
I loved your hair like that
And in the moment I knew you best

相思若离,不留空。红尘落尽,繁华依在。静守那片净土,安好,美如初。

9 Runaway:

给本身一双隐形的翎翅,飞向你就要经过的红尘路。

I’ve known it for a long time
Daddy wakes up to a drink at night
Disappearing all night
I don’t wanna know where he’s been lying
I know what I wanna do
I wanna runaway
Runaway with you
Gonna grab clothes, socks, in the morning, go
How long could you leave him?
Will dad just don’t expect me now, just healing
Oh it could take a bit of time to heal this
It’s been a long day
Almost out of the wrong way
But I love him from the skin to my bones
But I don’t wanna miss home
There’s nothing to save and he knows
I’ll just runaway in the overnight

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I’ve never seen my dad cry
Cold as stone, and the kitche lie
I tell you it’s about time
But I was raised to keep quiet
And this is what I’m gonna do
Gonna runaway, gonna make that move
Gonna grab clothes, and when it’s morning, go

责编:

How long could you leave him?
Will dad just don’t expect me now, just healing
Oh it could take a bit of time to heal this
It’s been a long day
Almost out of the wrong way
But I love him from the skin to my bones
But I don’t wanna miss home
There’s nothing to save and he knows
I’ll just runaway in the overnight

Back pack, and a flat cap, turned to the back
Cause I packed my closet
My dad wasn’t in without that plant too bit tired and turns to show up
I don’t wanna live this way
Gonna take my things and go
If things change in a matter of days
Could be persuaded to hold up
And mama was the same
None of us the same
To get the good nose up
I don’t wanna runaway
And one of these days I might just show that
Put my home in a suitcase
I wrote showlaces, and hold that
Things change, but for now I leave town with a backpack on my shoulder

But I love him from the skin to my bones
But I don’t wanna miss home
There’s nothing to save and he knows
I’ll just runaway in the overnight

10.The Man:

Now I don’t wanna hate you
Just wish you’d never gone for the man
And waited two weeks at least
Before you let him take you
I stayed true
I kind of knew you liked the dude from private school
He’s waiting for the time to move
I knew he had his eyes on you
He’s not the right guy for you
Don’t hate me cause I write the truth
No I would never lie to you
But it was never fine to lose you
And what a way to find out
It never came from my mouth
You never changed your mind
But you were just afraid to mind out
But f- it, I won’t be changing the subject I love it
I’ll make your little secret public it’s nothing
I’m just disgusted with the skeletons you sleep with in your closet to
get back at me
Trapped and I’m lacking sleep
Fact is you’re mad at me because I backtrack so casually
You’re practically my family
If we married then I’ll guess you’d have to be
But tragically our love just lost the will to live
But would I kill to give it one more shot
I think not

I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t want you no
Anymore
I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t wanna love you no
Anymore

Recently I tend to zone out
Up in my headphones to Holocene
You promised your body but I’m away so much
I stay more celibate than in a monastery
I’m not cut out for life on the road
Cause I didn’t know I’d miss you this much
And at the time we’d just go, so sue me
I guess I’m not the man that you need
Ever since you went to uni
I’ve been sofa surfing with a rucksack
Full of less cash and I guess that could get bad
But when I broke the industry
That’s when I broke your heart
I was supposed to chart and celebrate
But good things are over fast
I know it’s hard to deal with and see this
I tend to turn you off and switch on my professional features
Then I turn the music off
And all I’m left with is to pick up my personal pieces, Jesus
I never really want to believe this
Got advice from my dad and he
Told me that family is all I’ll ever have and need
I guess I’m unaware of it
Success is nothing if you have no one there left to share it with

I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t want you no
Anymore
I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t wanna love you no
Anymore

And since you left, I’ve given up my days off
It’s what I need to stay strong
I know you have a day job but mine is 24/7
I feel like writing a book, I guess I lied in the hook
Cause I still love you and I need you by my side if I could
The irony is if my career and music didn’t exist
In 6 years, yeah, you’d probably be my wife with a kid
I’m frightened to think if I depend on cider and drink
And lighting a spliff I fall into a spiral and it’s
Just hiding my misguiding thoughts that I’m trying to kill
And I’d be writing my will before I’m 27, I’ll die from a thrill
Go down in history as just a wasted talent
Can I face the challenge, or did I make a mistake erasing?
It’s only therapy, my thoughts just get ahead of me
Eventually I’ll be fine I know that it was never meant to be
Either way I guess I’m not prepared, but I’ll say this
These things happen for a reason and you can’t change shit
Take my apology, I’m sorry for the honesty
But I had to get this off my chest

I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t want you no
Anymore
I don’t love you baby
I don’t need you baby
I don’t wanna love you no
Anymore

11.Thinking Out Loud :

When your legs don’t work like they used to before
And I can’t sweep you off of your feet
Will your mouth still remember the taste of my love?
Will your eyes still smile from your cheeks?
And darling I will be loving you till you’re 70
And baby, my heart could still feel less hard at 23
And I’m thinking about how

People fall in love in mysterious ways
Maybe it’s all part of a plan
For me, I fall in love with you every single day
But I just wanna tell you where I am

So honey, now, take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart, I’m thinking out loud
And baby we found love right where we are

When my head’s all but gone and my memory fades
And the crowds don’t remember my name
When my hands don’t play the strings the same way
Mmhmm, I know you will still love me the same
Cause honey your soul will never grow old, it’s evergreen
And baby, your smile’s forever in my mind and memory
And I’m thinking about how

People fall in love in mysterious ways
Maybe it’s a part of a plan
I’ll just keep on making the same mistakes
Hoping you’ll understand

So baby, now, take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart, I’m thinking out loud
And baby we found love right where we are

So baby, now, take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart, I’m thinking out loud
And baby we found love right where we are, and baby we found love right
where we are, and baby we found love right where we are

12.Afire Love:(全碟最爱之一)

Things were all good yesterday
And then the devil took your memory
And if you fell to your death today
I hope that heaven is your resting place
I heard the doctors put your chest in pain
But then that could have been the medicine
And now you’re lying in the bed again
Either way I’ll cry with the rest of them.

And my father told me, “Son,
It’s not his fault he doesn’t know your face,
And you’re not the only one.
Although my grandma used to say, he used to say…

Darling hold me in your arms the way you did last night
And the lie inside for a little while he wrote
I could look into your eyes until the sun comes up
And we’re wrapped in light, in life, in love.
Put your open lips on mine and slowly let them shut
For they’re designed to be together oh
With your body next to mine our hearts will beat as one
And we’re set alight, we’re afire love, love, love oh.

Things were all good yesterday
Then the devil took your breath away
And now we’re left here in the pain
Black suit, black tie standin’ in the rain
And now my family is one again
Stapled together but the stranger’s never friend.
Came to my mind I should paint it with a pen
Six years old I remember when.

And my father told me, “Son,
It’s not his fault he doesn’t know your face,
And you’re not the only one.
Although my grandma used to say, he used to say…

Darling hold me in your arms the way you did last night
And the lie inside for a little while he wrote
I could look into your eyes until the sun comes up
And we’re wrapped in light, in life, in love.
Put your open lips on mine and slowly let them shut
For they’re designed to be together oh
With your body next to mine our hearts will beat as one
And we’re set alight, we’re afire love, love, love oh

And my father and all of my family
Rise from the seats to sing hallelujah
And my mother and all of my family
Rise from the seats to sing halellujah
And my mother and all of my family
Rise from the seats to sing hallelujah
And all of my brothers and my sisters, yeah
And my father and all of my family
Rise from the seats to sing hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah……

13.Take It Back:

I’m not a rapper, I’m a singer with a flow
I’ve got a habit for spitting quicker lyrics, you know
You’ll find me ripping the writings out of the pages they sit in
I never want to get bitten cause plagiarism is hidden
Watch how I sit on the rhythm, prisoner with the vision
Signed to a label but didn’t listen to any criticism
Thought you knew but you didn’t, so perk your ears up and listen
The studio is a system and you could say that I’m driven
And now it’s onto the next saga, we drink the best lager
I’ll never try to win you over like your stepfather
I’ll do my own thing now and get respect after
And I’m avoiding the cane like it was Get Carter
For four years I never had a place to stay
But it’s safe to say that it kept me grounded like a paperweight
At 16 years old, yeah, I moved out of my home
I was Macy Gray, I tried to say goodbye and I choked
And went from sleeping at a subway station to
Sleeping with a movie star and adding to the population
Not my imagination, I don’t wanna relax
Would it hurt your reputation if I put it on wax? I’ll take it back
now

Mmm, come on and take it back love
Come on and take it back for us
Don’t you fade into the back, love
Oh

I take it back with the rhythm and blues
With my rap pack I’ll be singing the news
Tryna act like Jack Black when I bring em to school
I’ll make a beat with my feet by just hitting a loop
Bringing the lyrics to prove that I can fit in these shoes
I’ll give you the truth through the vocal booth
And stars burst out when they seem like an Opal Fruit
They try to take aim like Beckham when he goes to shoot
But then again that’s what they’re supposed to do
And I’m supposed to be calm, I tattooed the lyrics onto my arm
Whispering “everything that happens is from now on”
I’ll be ready to start again by the end of the song
And still they’re claiming that I handle it wrong
But then I’ve never had an enemy except the NME
But I’ll be selling twice as many copies as their magazines’ll ever be
With only spectacles ahead of me and festival fees
Are healthier than a dalmatian or pedigree
Singing for the masses, rubber dinghy rapids
I keep this rapping a habit and keep em fashioning magic
I’m battling for respect, I don’t know if I’ll have it
This song’s from the heart, covered the planet, I’ll take it back now

Mmm, come on and take it back love
Come on and take it back for us
Don’t you fade into the back, love
Oh

Now I don’t ever wanna be perfect
Cause I’m a singer that you never wanna see shirtless
And I accept the fact that someone’s gotta win worst-dressed
Taking my first steps into the scene, giving me focus
Putting on a brave face like Timothy Dalton
Considering a name change, thinking it was hopeless
Rhyming over recordings, avoiding tradition
Cause every day some lyrics and a melody could be written
An absence can make your heart break but drinking Absinthe
Can change your mind state vividly, need to let my liver be
And I’ll say it again, living life on the edge with a closed hand full
of friends
It’s good advice from the man who took his life on the road with me
And I hope to see him blowing up globally
Cause that’s how it’s supposed to be, I’m screaming out vocally
It might seem totally impossible achieving livesteams
But, but I just write schemes, I’m never having
A stylist giving me tight jeans
Madison Square Garden is where I might be, but more likely
You’ll find me in the back room of a dive bar with my mates
Having a pint of McDaid’s, discussing records we made
And every single second knowing that we’ll never betray
The way we were raised, remembering our background, sat down
That’s how we plan it out, it’s time to take it back now

Mmm, come on and take it back love
Come on and take it back for us
Don’t you fade into the back, love
Oh

Mmm, come on and take it back love
Come on and take it back for us
Don’t you fade into the back, love
Oh

My dreams keep me awake at night, written in rhyme
Till I deliver the hype, am I just living a lie?
With this you must know that the numbers just sold
Will keep me going through the tough times, dream with me
We forget 90% of it when we wake
But the other 10%, it never fades
Dreaming dreams of day-to-day goals, stay awake loads
Tried to make the cut like the paper with a razor blade
Oh, never give up, just remember just to hold out more
A couple years ago I couldn’t just control that thought
You’d find me busking on the street when it was cold outdoors
Now I’m sweating on the stage of a sold-out tour
Writing love songs for the sake of it, never to make a hit
You can’t fake talent and work ethic just to make it quick
I’m not a rapper, I’m a singer, I just take the piss
And most of these other guys are kids that [?]’s little sister has
to
Babysit, that’s just the way it is
Dreams are your own, just set your goals and have the upmost faith in
it
Tread your own path, you’ll never make it as a follower
You’ll never know where you will go or you will be tomorrow
IGH!

14.Shirtsleeves:

I can taste salt water
And if I blink again
You’ll be sinking in
So we’ll learn to swim in the ocean
You made to hold ya
And you think of him
And pretty soon you’ll be floating away
And I’ll hold on to the words you spoke of
Anchored down in my throat, love
And I’m captain of this sinking boat, now
We just want all men to carry me home
The saltedness won’t dry
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
These hearts will be fully tonight
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
Your eyes, your eyes, you eyes

I still taste salt water
Oh my lips from your kiss bitterness
And I drown within the ocean you made
And I hate to love you, these cuffs cover in your make up
I’ll never trust you again
You can just be a friend
And I’ll hold on to the words you spoke of
Anchored down in my throat, love
And I’m captain of this sinking boat, now
We just want all men to carry me home
The saltedness won’t dry
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
These hearts will be fully tonight
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
Your eyes, your lips, your mouth
Your thighs, your back, you drive me wild
Tonight, the fact design
I’m on my way home
On the way home
I lied, I tried to cry but I’m drowning in the ocean you made

The saltedness won’t dry
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
These hearts will be fully tonight
I’ll wipe my shirtsleeves
Under your eyes
Your eyes, your eyes, you eyes

15.Even My Dad Does Sometimes

It’s alright to cry
Even my dad does sometimes
So don’t wipe your eyes
Tears remind you you’re alive
It’s alright to die
Cause death the only thing you haven’t tried
But just for tonight hold on
So live life like you’re giving all
Cause you act like you are
Go ahead and just live it up
Go on and tell me your path
  
It’s alright to shake
Even my hand does sometimes
So inside the rage Against the dying of the light
It’s alright to say that death’s the only thing you haven’t tried
But just for today hold on
So live life like you’re giving all
Cause you act like you are
Go ahead and just live it up
Go on and tell me your path
  
Go ahead and just live it up
Go on and tell me your path
And hold on

16 I See Fire:

Oh, missed the eye of the mountain below
Keep careful watch of my brothers’ souls
And should the sky be filled with fire and smoke
Keep watching over Durin’s sons
  
If this is too ending far
Then we should burn together
Watch the flames blind hard into the night
Calling out for the rope, sent by and we will
Watch the flames burn over and over
The mountrains sigh
  
And if we should die tonight
Then we should all die together
Raise a glass of wine for the last time
Cooling out for the rope
Prepare as we will
Watch the flames burn over and over
The mountrains sigh
  
Desolation comes upon the sky
  
Now I see fire
Inside the mountrains
I see fire
Burning the trees
And I see fire
All of we souls
And I see fire
Blood in the breeze
And I hope that you remember me
  
Oh, should my people fall in
Surely I’ll do the same
Come finding mountain holes
We got too close to the flame
Calling out for the rope
All fuzzing we will
Watch the flames burn and over
The mountrains sigh
  
Desolation comes upon the sky
  
Now I see fire
Inside the mountrains
I see fire
Burning the trees
And I see fire
All of we souls
And I see fire
Blood in the breeze
And I hope that you remember me
  
And if the night is burning
I will cover my eyes
For if the dark returns then
My brothers will die
And as the sky’s falling down
It crashed into this lonely town
And with that shadow on the ground
I hear my people screaming out
  
Now I see fire
Inside the mountrains
I see fire
Burning the trees
And I see fire
All of we souls
And I see fire
Blood in the breeze
  
I see fire (fire)
And I see fire (fire)
And I see fire (fire)
And I see fire (burn on and on and mountains sigh)

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